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From the Society for the Teaching of Psychology website:
A reference tool for students taking statistics or research methods, one page is a matrix that allows students to determine how scales of measurement determine what descriptive techniques are appropriate. The other page is a set of tree diagrams that allows students to determine how scales of measurement and, where applicable, relevant design features determine what inferential techniques are appropriate.


Author: Alexis Grosofsky

Posted: Friday, June 18, 2010